Broncos' Miller sacks his way to Super Bowl 50 MVP


Linebacker Von Miller was named Super Bowl 50 MVP after helping the Denver Broncos dominate the Carolina Panthers in Sunday's 24-10 victory at Levi's Stadium. 

Miller recorded 2.5 sacks, including a game-clinching strip-sack with just over three minutes left, which led to the game-ending score on a two-yard run by C.J. Anderson. 

The Broncos recorded seven sacks in the win, taking NFL MVP Cam Newton down six times times and holding the Panthers to their lowest point total of the season. 

Miller did not play in Denver's 43-8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII, but his two forced fumbles both led to touchdowns against the Panthers. 

Speaking during the trophy presentation, Miller said: "I'm so proud of my guys. Every last one of those guys in those locker room that got me to this moment right here. We're going to celebrate this one all summer."